Does not boot with DOS in first partition.
OK, so I erased the computer and started over with DOS 6.22 iso on a CD. Installed it correctly except that It already failed to boot on C:. Continued to install Ubuntu 10.10 with a fresh iso for that on a CD. Completing that, I was able to boot on the DOS CD, but not on the first partition that I just created. Is there a way that I can create a boot menu that reads:
1. Boot to DOS 6.22
2. Boot to Unbuntu 10.10
The thing is, though I am able to boot using the CD, this disallows me to ever access any changes that I might want to make to the configuration. I am only able to effect my configuration changes if it would simply boot on the first partition like a good boy. So, I have downloaded dosbox and had to use that to access anything that needed more memory than just the basics. I need to create such a menu that allows me to boot on the first partition.
Michael Flower in Las Vegas, NV (over 35 years experience with computers)